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Coming up on News 7-
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Hurricane Floyd continues churning- Just where will he land- We will have a report from the coast-
Plus we'll check in on Central Virginia - one area that may get hit by high wind and heavy rain.
And a gunman opens fire in a Texas church- killing several people.
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News 7 is next.
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[Hurricane-Floyd]


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Hurricane Floyd has spawned several tornadoes- and cut power to thousands in the Carolinas.
Floyd is expected to make landfall around the North Carolina- South Carolina border by early tomorrow morning.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Newspath]


Let's head live now to Lee Cowan who is standing by in Charleston, South Carolina to see what it's doing there.


[Live= Full/Newspath]
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((
AFTER SCARING RESIDENTS ALONG THE COASTS OF BOTH FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. THIS MONSTER OF A STORM NOW HAS ONE GLARING EYE STARING STRAIGHT AT THE CAROLINAS.
FLOYD'S SLOW CRAWL HAS CHURNED INTO A MARCH WITH A MISSION THE WAITING HAS NOW TURNED TO DREAD.

(NATS)


EMERGENCY CENTERS ARE PACKED AS EVACUATION ORDERS REMAIN IN EFFECT. AND THE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING.

(STANDUP BRIDGE)


The storm has already forced some three million people to higher ground. THE LARGEST SUCH EVACUATION IN HISTORY. Even veterans of hurricanes past are fearful of THIS storm.
Charleston, South Carolina, is a ghost town IN THE DARK. SOME 87 THOUSAND PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER ACROSS THE CAROLINAS, AND THOSE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO STAYED BEHIND. MORE THAN 800 THOUSAND HEEDED THE WARNINGS TO GET OUT, CREATING TRAFFIC NIGHTMARES BEFORE THE STORM EVEN HIT.

(SOT)

"I'm getting old now, and I decided I better leave and never mind about what's in my house."
FLOYD MAY HAVE BEEN KIND TO THE COAST OF FLORIDA, BUT THE STORM STILL LEFT A CALLING CARD. DESTROYING A POPULAR PIER IN DAYTONA BEACH, WITH ONE GIANT WAVE. FURTHER OUT TO SEA, THE NAVY HAD TO BE CALLED IN TO RESCUE A CREW WHO ABANDONED THEIR TUGBOAT, THE 50 FOOT SWELLS SIMPLY TOO MUCH TO BEAR.

(NATS)

Forecasters say Floyd's winds and rains will SPIN up the American coastline, targeting Washington DC, then New York and later New England. FLOYD MAY NOT BE THE MONSTER IT ONCE WAS, BUT IT IS FAR FROM OVER.))

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Hurricane Floyd is prompting several school systems in our area to close tomorrow.
You can find the information along the bottom of your screen right now.
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[TAKE WEB ADDRESS FULL]
And for updated information throughout the night and tomorrow morning, you can click on "Weather Cancellations" at our Web site.
The address is wdbj7.com.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [09/15/1999]
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Governor Gilmore is calling out additional help from the National Guard and state police to respond to the storm.


State employees in Richmond, Northern Virginia and east of Interstate 95 are off from work tomorrow.
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In Virginia Beach, it's shades of last year's Hurricane Bonnie... when North Carolina took the brunt, but Virginia took an unexpected wallop.
But evacuation is voluntary for those in risky areas. The world's largest naval station in Norfolk sent its 80 vessels to safe harbor or out to sea.
Insurance adjusters are already predicting the most damage Virginia's seen in a year.
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[L'burg-Storm]


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As Hurricane Floyd makes his way up the coast, Lynchburg continues to prepare for the storm.
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Kate Weidaw joins us live from Lynchburg, where conditions haven't developed as emergency personnel expected.


Kate, what's it like out there.
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[TAKE PHONE NUMBERS FULL SCREEN] POWER OUT: 1-800-956-4237 TREES DOWN / STORM DRAIN STOPPED UP: 847-1626 SCHOOL INFO: 847-1420
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[Nelson-Shelter]


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Nelson County's emergency operations center wants residents to know they've got shelter if they need it.
All Nelson County fire and rescue buildings - except the Piney River firehouse - will be manned and ready to accept any resident who feels he or she isn't safe at home because of the weather.

[Danville-Storm]


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Southside residents and emergency officials are watching and waiting to see what Floyd will mean to them.
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For Pittsylvania County students, it meant getting out of school early and getting the day off tomorrow. Many other school districts in Southside have followed suit.
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((JESSICA COLLIE/DAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL 7TH GRADER: I DON'T LIKE IT. I'D RATHER BE IN SCHOOL THAN SEE A HURRICANE.))

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((JOSHUA WALTMAN/DAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL 6TH GRADER: I WON'T DO MUCH BECAUSE I CAN'T GO OUTSIDE, SO I'M PROBABLY GOING TO BE DOING SOME HOMEWORK.))
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[VO-NAT]


Rains in Danville started early in the morning, but they weren't enough to cause flash flooding in small streams.


But they were enough to send residents to local grocery and hardware stores in search of extra supplies.
Many Danville stores say they're selling out of generators, flashlights, batteries and bottled water.
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[Roanoke-Storm]


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In the Roanoke Valley, officials were breathing easier as the expected track of the hurricane moved to the east.
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Preparations continued, in case Floyd does bring damaging winds and rain to western Virginia.
Amateur radio operators checked their equipment at the Roanoke Municipal Building and the American Red Cross... part of a statewide communications network that will spring into action if needed.
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((FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS, WE'VE BEEN IN, CHECKING THE EQUIPMENT, THE ANTENNA SYSTEMS, THE FUNCTIONING OF EVERYTHING TO MAKE SURE WE'RE WELL-PREPARED... TO ASSURE THAT WE HAVE ADEQUATE BATTERIES, BACKUP GENERATORS OR FUEL FOR THE GENERATORS, AND TO BE SURE THAT IN THE EVENT FLOYD DOES CREATE A LOT OF HAVOC IN THIS PART OF THE COMMONWEALTH THAT WE'RE PREARED TO DEAL WITH IT.))
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[VO-NAT]


The Roanoke Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross is issuing an appeal for blood donors.
In addition to maintaining the local supply, Virginia Blood Services may be called upon to help other areas, if Floyd disrupts the blood supply there.
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[Airport]


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If you have plans to catch a plane or pickup someone who's flying in... and you're afraid Floyd make affect your plans...
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you can get updated flight information on the airport's web site.
At "roanoke airport dot-com" you can see arrival and departure pages.
They're the same as the video screens you'd see inside the terminal.
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[Take FS Graphic]
There's a link to the airport's web site at OUR web site:
Visit our "Webwatch" section at W-D-B-J-7 dot-com.
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A man will spend time in prison for a traffic accident that left two people dead.
The latest coming up.
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[VO-NAT]


And a church turns into a crime scene tonight when a gunman opens fire on several teenagers.
Details straight ahead.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((O-K sports fans check this out, John Daly, who won two major championships including the British open loses Callaway golf his major sponsor. U-V-A defensive end Travis Griffith is out with an ankle injury and Steve Mason will introduce us to the new head basketball coach at Robert E. Lee in Staunton.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Church-Shooting]


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A shooting at a Texas church this evening-
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A man dressed in black apparently walked into a teenager prayer service in Fort Worth and opened fire - killing six people before killing himself. Police say the dead include three adults and three teenagers.
Eight other people were wounded, some critically.
The church's college minister says about 150 people were inside the church when the shooting began. Police say the gunman slammed a door hard to make his presence known and then started shooting.
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[Griffin]


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Another case ended in a mistrial today-
It came down to a question over whether the official cause of death was homicide, and when that determination was made- -
That led to the mis-trial in David Griffin's case.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/October 17, 1997]


He's accused of killing his roommate and setting the house on fire two years ago.
James Cline's death was not officially labeled a homicide right away. The medical examiner told the jury today that it was homicide. That prompted a mistrial.
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The case will be retried in January.

[Love]


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John Claude Love will spend time in prison for his role in a traffic accident last June that killed two Blacksburg men.
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Love was behind the wheel when his pickup struck a motorcycle head-on in Blacksburg.
The crash killed 21-year old Michael Perry and 21-year old Michael Dove.
A jury today sentenced Love to 18-months in prison for felony hit and run.
Love could've received five years in prison for leaving the scene of the accident.
But one jury member said-- the fact Love later flagged down a sheriff's deputy and returned to the crash site made an impact on his decision to opt for a lighter sentence.
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[Star-Landmark]


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Virginia's newest historic landmark is in Roanoke.
The State Department of Historic Resources voted today to make the Mill Mountain Star a state landmark.
It will now be considered for a national designation.
The star was originally intended to be a Christmas decoration, but now stands as a symbol for the Star City.

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From mandatory restrictions to voluntary conservation... One locality lifts water restrictions.
The latest coming up.
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[VO-NAT]

And some Atlantic City casinos are turning up a little short handed. We'll tell you why. Stay tuned.
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[lotto]
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Pick 3:
0-6-6

(zero, six, six)


Pick 4:
2-8-7-1

(two, eight, seven, one)


Cash 5:
5-11-16-23-28

(five, eleven, sixteen, twenty-three, twenty-eight)


Lotto:
11-12-13-30-37-42

(eleven, twelve, thirteen, thirty, thirty-seven, forty-two)


Kicker:
4-9-2-9-8-2

(four, nine, two, nine, eight, two)



[Casino]


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More than 14-thousand Atlantic City Casino workers are off the job- and on the picket line.
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These are not the people who work at the gaming tables- They are the cooks, food servers, maids and bartenders.
The union workers don't want the casino subcontracting work to non-union employees.
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((CHARLENE JORDAN/COOK: YOU BRING PEOPLE IN AT A LOWER WAGE. THEY'RE MAKING BOTTOM DOLLAR. THEY DON'T HAVE REPRESENTATION AND IT'S NOT FAIR TO THE REST OF US.))
[SUPER=01-Charlene Jordan/Cook;]
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[VO-NAT]


The workers old contract expired at midnight- The strike affects nine Atlantic City resorts.
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[Bedford-Restrictions]


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Mandatory water restrictions have been lifted in the city of Bedford.
City Council made the decision at last night's meeting.
But Bedford residents are still being asked to observe voluntary water conservation measures.


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John Daly loses Callaway golf as his major sponsor and another U-V-A player is out with an injury.
But first our Extra Point.
Denver running back Terrell Davis has an injured wrist.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Denver, CO/ABC SPORTS; :]


Davis injured his right wrist during Monday night's loss to Miami. X-rays reveled no breaks of fractures and Davis says he will play in this weekends game.
At a press conference today the wrist was wrapped and Davis said it was a little sore.
Now here are tonight's scores.
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Another set back in the golfing career of John Daly.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-PGA; :]


Yesterday, Callaway Golf announced it is ending its relationship with Daly because he violated a contract clause not to drink and gamble and then refused to get help.
The company chairman Ely Callaway says the company cares about Daly as a person, golfer and friend. But Callaway adds that Daly can't continue as a company rep when he's not prepared to deal with the alcohol and gambling problems he has.
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[S-UVA]


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Virginia Cavaliers defensive end Travis Griffith may miss this weekend's homecoming game against Wake Forest.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Clemson, SC/This Past Saturday; :]


X-Rays taken Tuesday indicate Griffith has a sprained ankle suffered in this weekend's loss at Clemson.
He will be out indefinitely.
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[S-Morales]


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A Super Truck Legend and an unknown from South of the Border were at the Martinsville Speedway earlier this week for a test session.
Mike Stevens has more.
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((THAT'S IT FOR SPORTS. HAVE A GREAT DAY EVERYBODY.))



[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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And coming up, Steve Mason is back in the house with his Hometown Hooks weekly report.
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[VO-NAT]


And rookie Tim Couch will get his first start as quarterback of the Cleveland Browns.
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[S-Hoops]


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Hometown Hoops Weekly is back in the house again today. Steve Mason is here with the story of a gentleman who wears two very important hats.
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[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=@Steve1; :04]
[SUPER=03-Staunton; :18]
[SUPER=01-Dan Bonner/Lee Girls Basketball Coach; :40]
[SUPER=01-Whitney Vaughn/Lee Senior Guard; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Gretchen Ruppert/Lee Senior Center; 1:18 (quick)]
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((STEVE MASON:))
((Meet Dan Bonner. In 15 years he become one of the most informative and accurate basketball analysis on national TV. Away from the cameras, he likes his free time, especially during the fall. But one week before Robert E. Lee's girls basketball team tryouts, the Fighting Lee women lost their coach. ((:))
While Bonner served as the head coach for the UVa women for two seasons in the late 70's, the situations then and now are hardly the same. ((:)) ((:))
What Bonner lacks in experience, he makes up for in other ways. ((GRETCHEN RUPERT/LEE SENIOR CENTER:)) ((WHITNEY VAUGHN/LEE TWO GUARD:))
Bonner's already strong love for the game has been refreshed by his players, who have seen a completely different side of the calm and composed big-time TV announcer. ((:)) Bonner and his 3 and 2 Fighting Lee women will try and improve their record tomorrow night. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops Weekly.))



[S-Couch]


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Only two days after losing the opener to Pittsburgh, The Cleveland Browns are changing quarterbacks.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/ABC SPORTS; :]


Head coach Chris Palmer says Tim Couch, the number one pick in the N-F-L draft will start his first pro game this Sunday against Tennessee.
Couch will replace Ty Detmer who Palmer says will be more effective coming off the bench if the offense gets in trouble with couch in the game.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express signed defense men Duane Harmer and Calvin Elfring to contracts yesterday.
That means five forwards, four defense men and two goal tenders have already committed to the express this season.

((MIKE STEVENS HAS A REPORT ON A SPECIAL TESTING SESSION AT THE MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY.))






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